Doug Adams Resigns as Associate Dean of Students

Doug Adams Resigns as Associate Dean of Students

By ELIZABETH SAWYER

June 27, 2018


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He will become the dean of students at Franklin & Marshall College.

Summer Internships Merit Credit

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

May 2, 2018


Filed under Featured, Opinion

For students, summer internships are a large source of stress. Undergraduate college students devote increasing amounts of time to procuring “impressive” internships or embarking on exciting opportunities. As this trend develops, the question arises: Should colleges and universities grant credit ...

Artists to Paint New Mural in Student Center

Artists to Paint New Mural in Student Center

By ELIZABETH SAWYER

March 8, 2018


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A mural will be painted on the walls of McCullough student center between the mail center and the entrance to Crossroads Cafe in April, according to people familiar with the project. Artists Will Kasso Condry, Isaias Crow, Daniel “POSE2” Hopkins and Marthalicia Matarrita will hold a weeklong arti...

Amor y Memoria: Celebrating the Life of Juana Gamero de Coca

Amor y Memoria:  Celebrating the Life of Juana Gamero de Coca

By SARAH ASCH

November 1, 2017


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On a sunny Saturday afternoon, a group gathered inside Mead Chapel to celebrate the life of Juana Gamero de Coca, a Spanish professor, who passed away suddenly on Oct. 6. The room was full of photographs and colorful flowers that the attendees brought with them and placed in vases. Juana’s family and...

“Spelling Bee” Inspires Laughs and Tears

“Spelling Bee” Inspires Laughs and Tears

By Lior Selve

April 21, 2017


Filed under Arts & Academics, Featured, Showcase

We have all been part of our own Putnam County Spelling Bee, though we may not have realized it until the weekend of April 13-15. We may not have spelled the words or participated in the mass hilarity of the show itself, but we certainly connected with the awkward, uncomfortable, spastic and ultimately...

Performing Arts SpotLight: African Music and Dance

Performing Arts SpotLight: African Music and Dance

By Qian (Audrey) Li

April 21, 2017


Filed under Arts & Academics, Featured, Showcase

Stop hibernating, and pick up the rhythm of spring! The Middlebury African Music and Dance Ensemble, directed by Assistant Professor of Music Damascus Kafumbe, might just be the event to bring you out of your winter lethargy. On Wednsday, April 26 at 8 p.m., students from the African Music and Dance...

Evelin Toth ’17 Awarded Watson Fellowship

Evelin Toth ’17 Awarded Watson Fellowship

By Bridget Colliton

April 20, 2017


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Evelin Toth ‘17 was recently awarded the prestigious Thomas J. Watson Fellowship. The Watson program, established in 1961, is a highly selective program that funds a year of international study for its forty-nine fellows. An environmental studies major and French minor, Toth plans to use her Watson...

Strong 2nd Half Sparks a W for Men’s Lax

Strong 2nd Half Sparks a W for Men’s Lax

By Colby Morris

April 20, 2017


Filed under Featured, Showcase, Sports

After a tough stretch a few weeks ago and some encouraging steps towards success two weekends ago, the Middlebury Men’s lacrosse team finally put it all together this past week. Last week featured two marquee matchups for the team as they took on an athletic Springfield team at home to kick off a three-game...

Activities Fair Fall 2013

Activities Fair Fall 2013

By Maggie Cochrane

September 16, 2013


Filed under Featured, The Campus Current

  After being postponed due to rain, the Activities Fair was held on Hepburn Road on Monday, September 16th.  Students from various clubs and organizations set up tables, offering students opportunities to join groups related to the arts, world cultures, religion, sports, music, and more. ...

Updated: Community and Country React

Updated: Community and Country React

By Gregory Woolston

September 11, 2013


Filed under Featured, The Campus Current

As Kyle Finck reported for the Campus earlier this week, "a 2,977 flag memorial was ripped out of the ground in front of Mead Memorial Chapel shortly before 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 11 by a group of five protestors claiming that the flags were on top of a sacred Abenaki burial site." This coverage supplemented ...

Students Replant Memorial Flags

Students Replant Memorial Flags

By Gregory Woolston

September 11, 2013


Filed under Featured, The Campus Current

Following a midday protest, in which five individuals removed a temporary memorial commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, students gathered on Wednesday evening to replant flags in front of Mead Memorial Chapel. Additional coverage regarding both the protest and response will continue throughou...

Fall 2013 Convocation

By Gregory Woolston

September 8, 2013


Filed under Featured, The Campus Current

On Sunday, Sept. 8 first-year students gathered in front of Mead Memorial Chapel for convocation in the late afternoon. (Campus/Paul Gerard)...

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